Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 6, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 6, 1973
Page 12
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• i n#t ounce • 1' Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. Head of near Berwick annouhce the engagement of their daugh* ter, Patsy Ann, to John U Nonthington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Northifigton of Gattman, Miss. Miss Head, a graduate of Abingdon High School, is employed by H. 0. Canfietf Co,, Inc. Mr. Northington, who attended Hatley High School, Hatley, Miss., is employed at the St. Louis- San Francisco Railway System. The wedding will be June 30 af. Mt. Calvarv Lutheran Church. 11 Miss Patsy Head t A** IP*** it-** tt*'m 7tt 4 I iV- • * - ¥ I ****** 4 4 ft- *1 / - i y V '4 . n4 "J t Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Cunningham of Roseville announce the engagement of their daughter, Sue Ann, to Robin R. Harshbarger Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robin R. Harshbarger Sr. of near Galesburg. Miss Cunningham, a graduate of, Roseville High School,, is employed at the Community Memorial Hospital, Monmouth. Her fiance; v a graduate of Abingdon High School, is farming. No date has been set for the wedding. Sana Select Miss Sue Cunningham Date, June 9 Mrs. Mildred Riggins and William Riggins, both of Rose- idlle, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Connie, to Gilbert Leath Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Leath Sr. of Monmouth. Vows will be exchanged Saturday at 4 p.m. at the Roseville Methodist Church. AIL friends' and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. Visits Cousin Ci^ Kissinger has returned to •his'lJbme at San Antonio, Tex., after spending the week with CLASS 1943 Members of the Cfass of 1943 Inn ening Mrs. Emma Tompkins St, FELLOWSHIP meeting he Women's While linton, Iowa, where they attended the annuiai Kissinger picnic and visited other relatives and friends. WANT ADS Fellowship of the United Church of Christ, East Main Street Church, will meet Friday at 1:30 p ? m. following the board meeting at 12:45 p.m. The program will be given by J. D. Ceramics, "Lesson in Making Ceramics." Social committee chairman is Mrs. Fred Lindstrom. Good-Lunch Ideas There's no vacation from lunch packing. The young set still needs totable lunches for day camp, the beach or wherever the warm weather lures them. Sliced round loaf lunch- meats are right up there among the favorite sandwich fixings. ' Branch out and try new varieties, spreads and breads. When you're packing the brown bags, remember to tuck in some crisp vegetable strips for contrast and good nutrition, too. Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam Me GraM, 600 N. Mapte St., Abing- announce the engagement and approaching Marriage oi their daughter, Sana* to Frederick Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Becker, Forest Park. The bride-elect L of Abingdon High Augustama College is a graduate of Walther Lutheran High School, Oak Park, iand Augustawa College. He attend graduate school at University of Iowa, Iowa i in the fall. The, couple is planning an 4 wedding at United Methodist Church in at 7:30 p.m. Friends invited to (he ceremony The Knox County Geneological and. reception to follow at the society will hold a workshop church. Sunday at The Home Savings & Loan. There will be two sessions, the afternoon session will be at 2 p.m. and the evening session at 7 p.m. Mrs. Mildred Devanney of Lincoln will conduct the work- Wedding Will Be June 17 The marriage vows of Mi& Frances Blaine Simpson and David Wiley Work, whose engagement was announced in December, will be spoken Sunday, June 17, at 2 p.m. at the Stronghurst United Methodist Church. ; All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow in the Educational Annex of the church. : The bride-elect as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton G. Simpson, Stronghurst, and her fiance is. the son of James Richard Work, Stronghurst. r .1 shop. She is the DAR State Chairman for Geneology Seminars and Workshops, and has conducted workshops in.Indiana, Florida and throughout Illinois. She is a charter member of The State Geneological Society and at present is a member of the project Committee. Mrs. Devanney is a member of Who's Who of American Women (3rd edition) as author of .several Historical books. She Served four years in. the Registers' Office in Washington, D.C., at NSDAS. The workshop is open to all interested persons. A donation wfllbe asked at the door. Couple Reside In Galva V t i 1 I t I Mrs. Evelyn Edwards and Charles Gray, both of Galva, exchanged wedding vows June 3 in a ceremony at 2 p.m. in Messiah Lutheran Church, Galva. Rev. Harold L. Carlson performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Erie, son-in- law and daughter of Mrs. Edwards. The couple was honored at a reception for the immediate families in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Doubler of Galva. Mrs. Harry Stockner of Kewanee, Mrs. Raymond Noreen of Altona, and Mrs. Lorrene Wheeler of Oneida, presided at (he serving table. Mr. and Mrs. Gray reside at 420 South East 4th St., Galva. Two Serve As Flower Ringhearer Cory Gibbs of Galva and Teresa Ellison served as ringbear- er and flower girl, respectively, at the wedding of Sgt and Mrs. Stephen Hilton, who were married Saturday. Vows were pledge at a military wedding at the First Lutheran Church as Rev. Ordell W, Co-Hostesses T 1 Entertain Unit Mrs. Dale W. Johnson and Mrs. Max Swanson, 967 Willard St., were the hostesses at the home of the latter for the Sparta Home Extexitaon Unit on Monday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Vincent Holmes conducted the business session which began with a roll call on "A Commencement Memory." Mrs. Jclhn Bramlett was appointed as assistant to the Public Information Chairman and will help on the Sparta Htetarioail book. Mrs. John Sutor iand Mrs. Kenneth Steck presented talks on the buying and caring for a mattress. Reports were given by Mrs. DeWayne Holmes, Mrs. Ora Olson, Mrs. G. A. Ellcey, Mrs. John Sutor, Mrs. Herbert Tucker, Mrs. Fredericks O'Connor and Mrs. Dairel Steck en the County Officer Training School, finances of the Unit, and recreation. Eighteen members -and guests were served from a table centered with an arrangement of, lupin iris, and peonies during the refreshment hour. Knox ed new officers Saturday at an annual meeting in the Knox College student union. burg, Knox class of 1921, treasurer; Mrs. Grace Ellen Elliott of Galesburg, Knox class of 1919, secretary; Miss Eila Hiler Knox class of For the first time in the his-of Galesburg, tory of the club a Lombard Col-il«l». historian: John lege alumnus was elected president of the group. The club is composed of alumni from Knox and Lombard colleges,; who graduated before 1923. Officers for the coming year will be William H. Harris of Macomb, Lombard class of 1914, president; Mrs. Marjorie Simonds Andrews of Ottawa, Knox clfiss of 1921, vice president; Elim W. Carlson of Gales- Newest (Continued From Page 11) York's Parks Recreation and Cultural Affairs Administnation. City Saves Money Arrow was contacted because it had done a lot of work for another city park, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, the spokesman said. A r r a s a t e's firm invested $35,000 for design, necessary construction and landscaping— saving the city a tidy sum. In turn, Arrow gets a percentage never more than 20 per cent —of tiie gross sales of plants and shrubs. Arrow also provides around-' the-clock security which also would have added to the city bill. Now the city is considering similar government-private enterprise projects in other boroughs. The mall always has been the site of demonstrations for or against something up for UN debate or calling for UN action of Joliet, Lombard historian. Talking during the meeting are Mr. Harris, left, Teruo Okada, Class 1933, Tokyo, Japan, who spoke to the group, Dr. James MacC Weddell, Dr. Hiram Essex of Rochester, Minn., retiring president of the 50-year club. To honor the Lombard College alumni of the classes of 1923 and 1913 who were in Galesburg for class reunions, more than 100 Lombard alumni and friends met in the Carl Sandburg Room at the Knox Union on Saturday afternoon for a i( Get Together." John C. Weigel cf the class of 1908 from Joliet, and Mrs. Ruth Chamberlain Miller, Class of 1912, of Seal Beach, Calif, were special guests. Mrs. Miller received a scroll of honor from the 50 Year Club at the luncheon a!t noon. John Bailey of Chicago brought greetings from alumni who could not attend. Lombard colors, olive gold, were used at the serving table, where Mrs. Herman Allen was given serving honors. She was assisted by Mrs. L. D, McMillan, Mrs. Brooks Stotts, Miss Hortense Gehring, Miss Violet Field and Miss Ann Weinmann. Brooke Stotts had charge of the registration of guests. Guests were present from Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, Iowa, California, Wisconsin and Illinois. 4 Miss Gail Youngren and Mrs. Clarence Gittings were co-chairmen of the affair. Who Has The Most MUSES PANTS LESLIE t LESLIE on some issue. Arrasate likes to recall the Card Parties The Newcomers Bridge Club met Tuesday afternoon at Home Savings & Loan Assn. Winners were first, Mrs. Louise Olson; second, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, and third, Mrs. day he'd most feared^May 6, when some 100,000 persons demonstrated in the street calling on the UN to act on treatment of Jews in the Soviet. "We lost only two geraniums," he said in awe. 'That was flower nower." TEAMSTERS AUXILIARY Members of the Teamsters Auxiliary will meet for a business luncheon at the Huddle Lois Strode. Mrs. Doug Peter- Winthrop ft Super Saddle The classic saddle shoe comes back; Now with all tho modern conveniences! Like tip-toe potato toe. Higher heel. Groovy two-tone. Chunky look 'n funky trim. Time to saddle upl Shoes Main Peterson read the double ring ceremony for the couple. . The bride, the former Miss won low scorc : Sharon Lersch, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Th For a limited time only Gorham Sterling announces a trio of Spectacular Sales! ON ALL 23 GORHAM ORIGINALS AND NEW BARONIAL STERLING 20 % savings of OFF OPEN STOCK PRICES! r Maple SPOONER SAMS Spooner Sams Camping Cluti ill hold Its Juna outing Sate* Hostess Pankratz. was Mrs. Joseph; day and Sunday at Wildwood Haven Campgrounds near Bush- ncll. There will be a potluck supper on Saturday evening. Members are asked to bring a meat dish and a dish to pass. 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